|View at McDill Point in the Cheaha Wilderness. Wearing a skirt I sewed myself.|
Part of this loop hike took us along the Pinhoti Trail, which is another long distance trail that extends through Alabama and Georgia and connects to the Appalachian Trail. I've hiked other sections of this trail including through the Dugger Wilderness as well as parts in Georgia, and every time it inspires me to spend more time exploring this trail.
|Only 2,504 miles to Kathadin.|
|Single bright red lone tree in a forest of pine and bare trees.|
The rocks were another highlight of the hike. They were lovely shades of gray and white, and were unmistakably not-Georgia rocks like I'm used to seeing. They made neat stacked formations, and in other places were piled up in boulder fields.